CIVILS IAS

By

Fake News Fact check ... (1)
Introduction As a generation, we rely heavily on the internet for information. With a few clicks, we can instantly access breaking news from all over the world. However, not all news is created equal, and not all online information can be trusted. In ways we might not even be aware of, fake news is on...
Read More
Introduction The largest democracies in the world, Australia and India, have shared a long-standing connection. Despite being far apart in terms of location, the two countries have a lot in common, including a history of British colonialism, a love of cricket, and a commitment to democracy. The connection between India and Australia has significantly accelerated...
Read More
High Seas Conservation
High seas conservation is an important and often overlooked component of India’s marine conservation initiatives. High seas are defined as those areas of the ocean beyond any nation’s exclusive economic zone (EEZ) where no single nation has control. India, which has the second-largest coastline in the world, is home to some of the most significant...
Read More
List of State wise GeoHeritage Sites of India
The Geological Survey of India was established to investigate and evaluate India’s mineral resources. GSI has gradually identified a number of geospatial sites across the country, including laterite formations, volcanic barites, natural geologic arches, and fossil forest parks. This website offers essential information about the geology and natural history of India. In order for future...
Read More
1.Daydreaming FOCUSSING MORE ON TAKING REVENGE from people by becoming a ‘Sarkaari Babu’, and less on General Studies , Optional and Essay prepration. Imagining sitting in a huge cabin with 50 people waiting outside to meet you, your Y category security guards have taken position outside, when you leave from office your convoy of 5–6 cars...
Read More